Reinhardt University just made it more convenient to earn a Master of Business Administration. Beginning this fall, an online option will be added to the university’s successful on-campus face-to-face MBA program.

“The new online MBA will open doors for those who have commitments preventing them from earning their MBA through the traditional on-campus option,” said Steve Morse, dean of the McCamish School of Business and Sport Studies. “The MBA will make our high-quality faculty available to many more students around the United States and the world.”

In less than two years, those interested in pursuing an MBA can have it in hand. Some choose a graduate degree in business to increase their earning opportunity, while others want to learn new skillsets to use in their current positions.

According to the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants survey of MBA applicants released in 2018, 57 percent of the 1,377 respondents said they wanted to gain new skills and knowledge about business. Forty-eight percent said they wanted access to a strong network with opportunities to advance in their careers. Thirty-eight percent said they wanted more earning power and 35 percent said they were pursing an MBA to make a positive difference in the world.

Reinhardt University’s online MBA affords graduates all of the above. With real-world experienced faculty in a liberal arts setting, Reinhardt students gain more than just business knowledge in the program, and they can do it all at an affordable cost.

“We have heard from many working professionals in the Atlanta and southeast area that are wanting an affordable online MBA that is flexible with the busy work and family demand on their time,” Morse said. “This online MBA will offer the busy working professional and affordable high-quality MBA they have been asking for. The online MBA is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.”

For more information, visit or call 770-720-9191.

Update: The online MBA at Reinhardt University will be available in the fall semester.

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